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Ta Fantastika Black Light Theatre
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Ranked #21 of 149 Concerts & Shows in Prague
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: The ROYAL Theatre presents an original one man comedy show starring Tomas Vanek, an outstanding musical actor 100 % IN ENGLISH ( Basic English, very easy to understand ) In this unique and interactive show, Tomas Vanek will teach you how to eat, drink, sing, dress, dance, love … and laugh like a true Czech! Keen to learn something about the Czechs…but too afraid to ask? How and why do people drink beer, what’s going on with that sandal and sock combo and who exactly is Karel Gott? French native Jean Christophe Gramont, the man behind in the play, didn’t know either when he first arrived here 14 years ago. Now he’s decided to write a play about his journey towards becoming a Czech Don’t miss this unrivalled show set in the wonderful surroundings of the original 1929 ROYAL Theatre Bonus : come and discover our original pop up expo: how to become Czech in 1 hour . Come before the show or stay after and discover our unique bar ranked amongst top 6 bars in Prague by ELLE magazine
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Reviewed August 18, 2017

The Show was great, I would recommend it for familys with kids.
All the effects was really beautiful.
The actors were funny and performed the show with great professionalism!!

After the show they surprised us in a special process that shared the audience.

Only the cost of the ticket was a little expensive for that show.

Thank איילת א
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Reviewed August 1, 2017 via mobile

Good to attend, we have fun with kids.
They have a story for the show, which was difficult to be understood. Am not sure is about the city history or Jewish as a religion.
Some show was with naked pictures which is not suitable for kids.
The comedy show was original really funny and class.
The staff and the owner were really really so kind and friendly.

Thank Abdulrahman A
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Reviewed July 31, 2017 via mobile

It was good albeit leaning a little towards children.

There story was a little hard to follow but it's fun to try and make sense of it.

My suggestions would be to make it creepier (not scarier). Certain parts were freaky and trippy as you would expect from an Alice in Wonderland adaptation but I can't help but think more could have been done to keep interest throughout.

Overall, it's worth a visit if you appreciate the weird world of Alice in Wonderland and enjoy trying to make sense out of randomness!

Thank Shanecybowicz
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Reviewed July 30, 2017

Lights and shades are tricking your eyes in the Aspects of Alice for over an hour. Nice play before dinner.

Thank maxpimpo
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Reviewed July 29, 2017

I am a enthusiastic of theatre and I usually go several times per month. This play is one of the worst I have ever seen. The story is no sense, the actors are bad, it is creepy, seedy and only to cheat turists with the famous "black theatre" of Prague. The idea of black theatre is interesting and could be a good performance but they destroy it completely. Above all is terrible expensive compared with the rest of the performances you can find in the city. I will not recomend at all and it is a pity because with the fame of black theatre it would be nice to watch good performances...

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